In terms of how many views you have received, What Were Your Most and Least Successful Hubs? I know that some of my best written Hubs have not been my most successful. What topics have been the most and least successful for you?
You'll probably find most people will tell you their least successful hubs, but not many will tell you their most successful - if they do that, then hundreds of hubbers will jump on the topic!!!
My most successful was written before I even knew what I was doing. But it has had more views than all my other hubs combined. Unfortunately it's not a money maker.
My least successful hub was my interview with Elmer Fudd. It hasnt earned me a penny.
My most successful hub was my interview with Elmer Fudd. It hasnt earned me a penny.
Depends on how you define "success." I'm here to make money, but I'm also here to enjoy readers appreciation when I get it.
I don't know how to set things up with the ad program on to know what hub is making me the most money, and I'm well aware that non of my main niche topics are big money makers - so I pay more attention to the views from search engines than anything else.
Besides the money that someone might earn here, there is also name recognition - and possibly, someone might offer someone a job based upon what they've done here.
My most successful Hubs are the ones I won't talk about and my least successful are the ones I deleted.
The one that gets the most visits is one I did for a joke !
My most successful hubs are all about Monsanto.
I'm not greedy - the more people writing about the evil that is Monsanto, and it's ties to the US Government - the better it is for all of humanity.
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